Well, this is definitely the final shot from last week's wedding and is actually more to do with the aftermath than the wedding itself. And this shot, believe it or not, nearly ended up in a row (albeit a rather tame one) between me and my wife. I'd been shooting all day, hadn't have anything much to drink, and was worn out; and we'd finally got all the kids to bed when my wife asked me to take a picture of these two as they slept. My camera was in the other room, I'd had enough for one day, and I really didn't want to make the effort. Anyway, I ended up taking the shot, and I guess that I'm glad that I did. It may not be the greatest portrait, or even a particularly good one, but it is quite cute and did provide a fitting photographic end to the day.

So, tomorrow I'll go out and shoot something new. Any suggestions?

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11.32pm on 16/10/04
Canon 20D
EF 17-40 f/4L USM
40mm (64mm equiv.)
f4.0
1/60
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+0.0
evaluative
800
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auto
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